Careers

Job vacancies

Executive Assistant to CEO and Director of Operations 

The key focus of this role will be to provide strong administrative support and assistance to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and the Director of Operations (DOO), ensuring the smooth management of their day-to-day commitments and develop an understanding of what the most effective use of their time will be. 

The role requires attention to detail, exceptional organisational skills, flexible and independent working as well as the ability to juggle multiple time-sensitive requests. The support to both the CEO and DOO requires, but is not limited to, managing complex calendars, scheduling appointments, tracking key calendar events, drafting correspondence, greeting visitors, coordinating travel arrangements, attending meetings and note-taking, and maintaining electronic filing and database contacts.

To find out more, please see the full job description.

Applicants are invited to submit their CV together with a covering letter to [email protected], writing ‘Executive Assistant to the CEO and DOO’ in the subject heading.

Closing date for applications: 31 May 2022 but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.


Government Grant Manager

As Government Grant Manager your primary focus will be to oversee, organise and coordinate the work of the Grants team. You will be responsible for coordinating the team’s interaction with locations and regular contacts including other relevant internal departments. You will work closely with the Director of Operations to ensure all the terms and conditions of the ‘Jewish Community Protective Security Grant’ are adhered to and generate the paperwork required for the Home Office. You will also have people management responsibility for the Grants Admin Team.

To find out more, please see the full job description.

Applicants are invited to submit their CV together with a covering letter to [email protected], writing Government Grant Managerin the subject heading.

Closing date for applications: 31 May 2022 but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.


Control Room Operator

28 hrs per week, based in London

The role of the Control Room Operator involves being responsible for monitoring and responding to security and antisemitic incidents.

This also includes responsibility for CCTV alarm events from over 350 communal buildings; building relationships, liaising with and supporting internal security personnel, police, and key external stakeholders.

To find out more, please see the full job description.

Applicants are invited to submit their CV together with a covering letter to [email protected], writing ‘Control Room Operator’ in the subject heading.

Closing date for applications: 31 May 2022 but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.


Programming Analyst

Full-time, based in London

CST’s Research team plays a vital role in CST’s mission to protect the Jewish community from antisemitism and terrorism. As the Programming Analyst will work closely with CST’s researchers, and especially those who work in the Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) hub. Your focus of work will be to understand the key challenges and produce relevant technical solutions to those challenges.

The role requires excellent knowledge of various programming languages, as well as a strong interest in terrorism, extremism, and antisemitism.

Applicants are invited to submit their CV together with a covering letter to [email protected], writing ‘Programming Analyst’ in the subject heading.

To find out more, please see the full job description.

Closing date for applications: 31 May 2022 but may close earlier if a suitable candidate is found.


Volunteer opportunities

CST Security Volunteer

Would you like to learn new skills, get fit, defend yourself and contribute to protecting the community?

To apply to become a CST volunteer security officer, please complete our online application form.

Please provide two referees who have known you for over five years and are current members of CST (alternatively, a professional member of the community e.g. rabbi, lawyer, accountant).